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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by gold360(m): 7:04pm On Nov 16
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RIVERS STATE GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

Public Announcement

This is to inform the general public that His Excellency Governor Nyesom Wike, CON, GSSRS, POS (Africa), Governor of Rivers State, has approved the reopening of all Public and Private Nursery and Primary Schools in the State with effect from Monday 23rd November 2020 for First Term 2020/2021 academic session, in line with the School Calendar published by the Ministry of Education in August 2020.

By this announcement all Head Teachers, Proprietors and other concerned persons should take all necessary steps to ensure safe and hitch-free resumption in line with extant COVID-19 Protocols.

Pupils, Parents and Guardians and the general public should please take note.

SIGNED:

Sir Chidi Adiele
PS Education
For: Prof Kaniye Ebeku
Honourable Commissioner For Education.

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by GamaG(m): 7:57pm On Nov 17
endy83:
Federal,states and local govt. Shared 6.574b this month.
Look at your information well. How can the whole country share 6.5billion naira?
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by TheWatchDog(m): 10:15pm On Nov 17
endy83:
Federal,states and local govt. Shared 6.574b this month.
This is imposible, how can it be 6.574b
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by gold360(m): 5:22am On Nov 18
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RIVERS STATE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
2020/2021 APPROVED SCHOOL CALENDER FOR SECONDARY / PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASSES.

FIRST -TERM ( 2020/ 2021)


➡Resumption Date for Secondary : Monday 16th November, 2020

➡Resumption Date for Primary : Monday 23rd November, 2020.

➡Closing Date for Secondary/Primary : Friday 26th February, 2021.

➡Duration : 13 Weeks ( Holidays :2 weeks)

➡Holidays : Saturday 19th December, 2020 to Sunday 4th January, 2021.



SECOND -TERM BEGINS : Monday 8th March , 2021.

➡Closing Date : Friday 4th June, 2021.

➡Duration : 12 weeks

➡Holidays : March 26th, 2021 to April 5th, 2021 .



THIRD -TERM BEGINS: Monday 7th June, 2021.

➡Closing Date : 10th September, 2021

➡Duration :14 weeks .

➡Mid- Term Break - March 23rd, 2021 - Monday 26th July,2021.

ACADEMIC YEAR 2021/2022 BEGINS : Monday 13th September, 2021.

MGT
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by gold360(m): 9:39am On Nov 18
No FAAC meeting till now?
This is strange
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by TheWatchDog(m): 2:51pm On Nov 18
gold360:
No FAAC meeting till now?
This is strange
There is nothing strange here. FAAC meetings will hold either tonight or tomorrow and payment of salary will take place next week.

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by temple4real(m): 10:32pm On Nov 18
The Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) on Wednesday shared a total of N604.004 billion to the Federal, states and local governments for the month of October.


This is about N35 billion less than the N639.9billion distributed in the preceding month of September.

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Alh. Aliyu Ahmed, who presided over the meeting in Abuja disclosed that the three tiers of government shared a total sum of N604.004 billion as federation allocation for the month of October 2020.

A statement issued by the Director (Information) in the ministry, Mr. Hassan Dodo, said from the amount, which includes the cost of collection to the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), and the Department of Petroleum Resources, the federal government received N220.751 billion, states received N161.825 billion, local Government councils got N120.588 billion while the oil producing states received N31.902 billion as 13 per cent derivation.

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by econspres24: 10:42pm On Nov 18
WITH revenues drying up and debts mounting, the Federal Government has resorted to scavenging in order to meet its obligations.
Similarly, states are scampering in every direction to shore up their revenues to meet rising expenses. According to the budget implementation report for the second quarter of 2020 released by Budget Office of the Federation (BoF), total public debt stock as of June 30 stood at US$85.896 million (N 31.0 trillion), an increase of N3.681 trillion or 14.76 per cent when compared to the US$79,303.31 million (N28.628trillion) reported at the end of March 2020. During the same period, total revenue received by the Federal Government stood at N1.650 trillion while it spent N1.105 trillion on debt service.

Similarly, Mr Timipre Sylva, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, said on Monday that the Federal Government’s earnings from oil and non-oil sectors as well revenue receipts had declined by 60 per cent. Consequently, the Director-General of BoF, Mr Ben Akabueze, disclosed last week that 428 ministries, departments and agencies would not be able to pay November salaries to their staffers.
As a result, government has resorted to scraping every surface so as to be able to meet its financial obligations. For instance, in the 2020 Finance Bill to be soon submitted to the National Assembly, government is proposing to sweep unclaimed dividend that had been idle over the years in the accounts of quoted companies. Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, said FG would sweep unclaimed dividend amounting to N158.44 billion.

In addition, government will also seize available funds in the 45.57 million dormant bank accounts in commercial banks. It will then create an “unclaimed dividend and unutilised bank balance trust fund” where dividends declared and unclaimed will be held and used for the funding of infrastructure projects. President Muhammadu Buhari has equally given a six-month deadline for the disposal of all forfeited assets.

While inaugurating the 22-man panel saddled with the responsibility early this month, Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami SAN, said its mandate was to ensure expedient disposal of all FGN forfeited assets and generate revenue for the Federal Government.

Just a few months ago, a desperate Federal Government had deployed revenue directors to 10 most important government-owned enterprises, which include Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, (NIMASA).
Others are the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Department of Petroleum Resource (DPR), Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) and Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN). Although approval for the scheme had been given since October 2018, there was no desperation for implementation until a few months ago when the reality of acute paucity of funds dawned on government.

Meanwhile, with an increase of 158 per cent in total debt stock since 2015, there is a further projection of a further increase to N38.6 trillion by the end of 2021. In the 2021 budget presented to the National Assembly in October, President Buhari proposed N13.08 trillion expenditure, while putting total revenue available for the budget at N7.886 trillion. “It is projected, based on existing approval, to rise to N32.51tn by December 31, 2020 and N38.68tn by December 31, 2021”
Ahmed told a committee of the National Assembly a couple of weeks ago. As it is with the central government so it is with many of the state governments as 10 of them have yet to start implementing the new minimum wage signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari in April last year.

Findings from the Nigerian Tribune show that with the recent announcement from Osun State Government of the commencement of the new minimum wage, 26 states have so far implemented the N30,000 minimum wage. The 10 states that have yet to key into the implementation of the new wage include Adamawa, Akwa-Ibom, Anambra, Benue, Ekiti, Kogi, Plateau, Imo, Nasarawa and Taraba. “Available records show that with Osun’s recent announcement, 26 states have so far implemented the new N30,000 minimum wage, with 10 states yet to implement” an impeccable Labour source told Nigerian Tribune.
However, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Oyo State, and Kebbi State are still implementing the new minimum wage partially. Nigerian Tribune findings revealed that dwindling allocations from the Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) and unimpressive internally generated revenue have hamstrung states that have yet to start implementing the new minimum wage.
Even those that have started the implementation have had to sacrifice infrastructure development for paying the enhanced salary scheme. Recall that the COVID-19 pandemic precipitated a crash of the oil price and occasioned the lockdown of the economy for over three months. The two incidents shrank revenue accruing to states with many of them having to tweak their budgets. In addition to that, the states have had to make allowances for unplanned expenses to combat the pandemic and provide palliatives for the people. They have also had to announce tax relief for businesses operating within their domain, which has further depleted their revenue.
In his reaction to the financial crisis governments at both the federal and state levels are encountering, Professor of Political Economy and management expert, Pat Utomi, said though he didn’t have all the parameters to conclude that the federal government ‘is broke,’ emerging trends suggested that the cost of running government was too high.

Utomi, who spoke with the Nigerian Tribune in a telephone interview, said the federal government is handicapped partly because a lot of money goes into the maintenance of the presidential fleet, protocol and running of the National Assembly and because recurrent expenditure is high, MDAs are getting desperate to raise more tax revenues. “As a result of this, the tail is wagging the dog.

At a DFID (Department for International Development) presentation, I once suggested that since there are too many people doing nothing other than carrying files in government agencies, there is need to re-train and deploy them to some local government areas where their services are mostly needed. Or they can be trained on entrepreneurship and empower them to be more productive in the economy,” the political economist suggested.
He also believes that Nigeria can reduce the cost of running the National Assembly and save a lot of money by adopting part time legislature.
Speaking to CNBC Africa during the station’s Power Lunch West Africa programme, Bismarck Rewane, Chief Executive Officer of Financial Derivatives Ltd, explained that Nigeria is broke and that the situation has left the country in a rather precarious financial position as far as dealing with the looming recession is concerned.
In an interview with Nigerian Tribune, Mustafa Chike Obi, the Executive Vice Chairman of Alpha African Advisory Limited, a Financial Advisory and Fund Raising firm, said “I will just say that Nigeria as a country is living way beyond its means. All of us have sacrifices to make if we want to reach the goal of economically viable country. We are consuming the assets of future generation. That is what we are consuming today.”

Also, speaking in the same vein, the Director-General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Dr Muda Yusuf, noted that “revenue is very key and very central to the budget. If you look at the last three years there has been large variances, large negative finances in the revenue targets and it is not likely that what we will have in the 2021 budget will significantly be different. “So, the revenue will continue to be an issue if we continue to have the economy the way it is and for as long as the private sector continues to struggle with all the challenges in the business environment,” he said.

https://tribuneonlineng.com/broke-fg-state-govts-scavenge-for-survival/amp/
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by sammymarvin: 3:54am On Nov 19
econspres24:
WITH revenues drying up and debts mounting, the Federal Government has resorted to scavenging in order to meet its obligations.
Similarly, states are scampering in every direction to shore up their revenues to meet rising expenses. According to the budget implementation report for the second quarter of 2020 released by Budget Office of the Federation (BoF), total public debt stock as of June 30 stood at US$85.896 million (N 31.0 trillion), an increase of N3.681 trillion or 14.76 per cent when compared to the US$79,303.31 million (N28.628trillion) reported at the end of March 2020. During the same period, total revenue received by the Federal Government stood at N1.650 trillion while it spent N1.105 trillion on debt service.

Similarly, Mr Timipre Sylva, Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, said on Monday that the Federal Government’s earnings from oil and non-oil sectors as well revenue receipts had declined by 60 per cent. Consequently, the Director-General of BoF, Mr Ben Akabueze, disclosed last week that 428 ministries, departments and agencies would not be able to pay November salaries to their staffers.
As a result, government has resorted to scraping every surface so as to be able to meet its financial obligations. For instance, in the 2020 Finance Bill to be soon submitted to the National Assembly, government is proposing to sweep unclaimed dividend that had been idle over the years in the accounts of quoted companies. Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, said FG would sweep unclaimed dividend amounting to N158.44 billion.

In addition, government will also seize available funds in the 45.57 million dormant bank accounts in commercial banks. It will then create an “unclaimed dividend and unutilised bank balance trust fund” where dividends declared and unclaimed will be held and used for the funding of infrastructure projects. President Muhammadu Buhari has equally given a six-month deadline for the disposal of all forfeited assets.

While inaugurating the 22-man panel saddled with the responsibility early this month, Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami SAN, said its mandate was to ensure expedient disposal of all FGN forfeited assets and generate revenue for the Federal Government.

Just a few months ago, a desperate Federal Government had deployed revenue directors to 10 most important government-owned enterprises, which include Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, (NIMASA).
Others are the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Department of Petroleum Resource (DPR), Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) and Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN). Although approval for the scheme had been given since October 2018, there was no desperation for implementation until a few months ago when the reality of acute paucity of funds dawned on government.

Meanwhile, with an increase of 158 per cent in total debt stock since 2015, there is a further projection of a further increase to N38.6 trillion by the end of 2021. In the 2021 budget presented to the National Assembly in October, President Buhari proposed N13.08 trillion expenditure, while putting total revenue available for the budget at N7.886 trillion. “It is projected, based on existing approval, to rise to N32.51tn by December 31, 2020 and N38.68tn by December 31, 2021”
Ahmed told a committee of the National Assembly a couple of weeks ago. As it is with the central government so it is with many of the state governments as 10 of them have yet to start implementing the new minimum wage signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari in April last year.

Findings from the Nigerian Tribune show that with the recent announcement from Osun State Government of the commencement of the new minimum wage, 26 states have so far implemented the N30,000 minimum wage. The 10 states that have yet to key into the implementation of the new wage include Adamawa, Akwa-Ibom, Anambra, Benue, Ekiti, Kogi, Plateau, Imo, Nasarawa and Taraba. “Available records show that with Osun’s recent announcement, 26 states have so far implemented the new N30,000 minimum wage, with 10 states yet to implement” an impeccable Labour source told Nigerian Tribune.
However, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Oyo State, and Kebbi State are still implementing the new minimum wage partially. Nigerian Tribune findings revealed that dwindling allocations from the Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) and unimpressive internally generated revenue have hamstrung states that have yet to start implementing the new minimum wage.
Even those that have started the implementation have had to sacrifice infrastructure development for paying the enhanced salary scheme. Recall that the COVID-19 pandemic precipitated a crash of the oil price and occasioned the lockdown of the economy for over three months. The two incidents shrank revenue accruing to states with many of them having to tweak their budgets. In addition to that, the states have had to make allowances for unplanned expenses to combat the pandemic and provide palliatives for the people. They have also had to announce tax relief for businesses operating within their domain, which has further depleted their revenue.
In his reaction to the financial crisis governments at both the federal and state levels are encountering, Professor of Political Economy and management expert, Pat Utomi, said though he didn’t have all the parameters to conclude that the federal government ‘is broke,’ emerging trends suggested that the cost of running government was too high.

Utomi, who spoke with the Nigerian Tribune in a telephone interview, said the federal government is handicapped partly because a lot of money goes into the maintenance of the presidential fleet, protocol and running of the National Assembly and because recurrent expenditure is high, MDAs are getting desperate to raise more tax revenues. “As a result of this, the tail is wagging the dog.

At a DFID (Department for International Development) presentation, I once suggested that since there are too many people doing nothing other than carrying files in government agencies, there is need to re-train and deploy them to some local government areas where their services are mostly needed. Or they can be trained on entrepreneurship and empower them to be more productive in the economy,” the political economist suggested.
He also believes that Nigeria can reduce the cost of running the National Assembly and save a lot of money by adopting part time legislature.
Speaking to CNBC Africa during the station’s Power Lunch West Africa programme, Bismarck Rewane, Chief Executive Officer of Financial Derivatives Ltd, explained that Nigeria is broke and that the situation has left the country in a rather precarious financial position as far as dealing with the looming recession is concerned.
In an interview with Nigerian Tribune, Mustafa Chike Obi, the Executive Vice Chairman of Alpha African Advisory Limited, a Financial Advisory and Fund Raising firm, said “I will just say that Nigeria as a country is living way beyond its means. All of us have sacrifices to make if we want to reach the goal of economically viable country. We are consuming the assets of future generation. That is what we are consuming today.”

Also, speaking in the same vein, the Director-General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Dr Muda Yusuf, noted that “revenue is very key and very central to the budget. If you look at the last three years there has been large variances, large negative finances in the revenue targets and it is not likely that what we will have in the 2021 budget will significantly be different. “So, the revenue will continue to be an issue if we continue to have the economy the way it is and for as long as the private sector continues to struggle with all the challenges in the business environment,” he said.

https://tribuneonlineng.com/broke-fg-state-govts-scavenge-for-survival/amp/
thanks for this piece ....as for me I have not seen any new minimum wage ...instead it's a decrease....
May God help us
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Chibuking81(m): 8:17am On Nov 19
temple4real:
The Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) on Wednesday shared a total of N604.004 billion to the Federal, states and local governments for the month of October.


This is about N35 billion less than the N639.9billion distributed in the preceding month of September.

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Alh. Aliyu Ahmed, who presided over the meeting in Abuja disclosed that the three tiers of government shared a total sum of N604.004 billion as federation allocation for the month of October 2020.

A statement issued by the Director (Information) in the ministry, Mr. Hassan Dodo, said from the amount, which includes the cost of collection to the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), and the Department of Petroleum Resources, the federal government received N220.751 billion, states received N161.825 billion, local Government councils got N120.588 billion while the oil producing states received N31.902 billion as 13 per cent derivation.

https://thenationonlineng.net/faac-shares-n604-004-to-federal-states-councils/
7/8 Eight days after FAAC fall on Wednesday and Thursday next week , expect your payment between 25th and 26th November 2020.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Caringpro(f): 4:53pm On Nov 19
zenith alert

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by 2ruconfidence(f): 5:08pm On Nov 19
[quote author=Caringpro post=96219086]zenith alert

Any deduction?
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by emekatex: 5:44pm On Nov 19
Caringpro:
zenith alert
Please any deduction?
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Tekzyflex(m): 5:59pm On Nov 19
Caringpro:
zenith alert


Please any deductions....

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Tekzyflex(m): 7:01pm On Nov 19
Caringpro:
zenith alert


It seems you are the only one that got this alert...
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by emekatex: 5:18pm On Nov 20
Caringpro:
zenith alert

For you not to have responded up till now is an indication that you gave the house wrong salary alert which is very bad. please you have to be serious with any information you write here because alot of us depends on it for up date. Thanks.

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Chibuking81(m): 6:59pm On Nov 20
emekatex:
For you not to have responded up till now is an indication that you gave the house wrong salary alert which is very bad. please you have to be serious with any information you write here because alot of us depends on it for up date. Thanks.
It's obvious that it might be ATM charges alert she saw. salaries come 7/8 days after FAAC, which fall on next week Wednesday/Thursday, so expect your salary before the end of next week.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by sam1980000(m): 7:08pm On Nov 21
They've published that naija has entered another recession. I hope it won't lead to nonpayment of salaries as it was in 2016?? Only God will save nigeria
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Ebenezer2021(m): 4:09pm On Nov 22
Chibuking81:

It's obvious that it might be ATM charges alert she saw. salaries come 7/8 days after FAAC, which fall on next week Wednesday/Thursday, so expect your salary before the end of next week.
faac never attend meeting yet oh, be like na tomorrow Monday cos I never see any updates from them
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Chibuking81(m): 7:05pm On Nov 22
Ebenezer2021:
faac never attend meeting yet oh, be like na tomorrow Monday cos I never see any updates from them
They have. Check the two link below.
https://thenationonlineng.net/faac-shares-n604-004-to-federal-states-councils/

https://www.channelstv.com/2020/11/18/faac-shares-n604bn-october-2020-revenue-to-fg-states-and-lgs/
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by endy83: 9:10pm On Nov 22
Ebenezer2021:
faac never attend meeting yet oh, be like na tomorrow Monday cos I never see any updates from them
pls update urself,allocation was shared wednesday last week.ur information is wrong and misleading ok
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Catalyst4eva(m): 9:55am On Nov 23
Special Notice
×
Dear Applicants,
Please be kindly informed that the Rivers State High and Magistrate Courts now use e-Affidavits for easy verification of Affidavits. To this end, all applicants using any form of Affidavit are required to use the e-Affidavit service from the RivCoMiS platform https://rivcomis.riversstate.gov.ng Only e-Affidavits from the Rivers State High Court will be recognised.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by BenUmor: 5:35pm On Nov 23
Pls is it safe for a teacher to also apply in the ongoing civil service recruitment since BVN is been used?
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by endy83: 6:09pm On Nov 23
BenUmor:
Pls is it safe for a teacher to also apply in the ongoing civil service recruitment since BVN is been used?
yes u can,but if the job is given to u,first thing to do is to resign from ur old job(ministry) before u proceed to ur new department/ministry.

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by dmercy141983(m): 10:53pm On Nov 23
Caringpro:
zenith alert



Taaaa! Shut up! Mumu try get sense ok!
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by sammymarvin: 10:33pm On Nov 24
Am having this feeling that something good will happen base on our salary this month
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by tombarib: 10:47pm On Nov 24
Why should you apply when you already have a job in the Rivers State Civil Service? From personal experience, it almost put me in trouble. Be wise, a transfer of service would have been preferable.

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Tekzyflex(m): 7:05am
sammymarvin:
Am having this feeling that something good will happen base on our salary this month

Expect another 5k deduction from your salary...
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by kac13: 8:25am
Alert seen,Zenith Bank,5k deducted.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Apraise: 9:18am
kac13:
Alert seen,Zenith Bank,5k deducted.


This is really not good at all,when will this deduction stop?
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by rufusloveday(m): 11:08am
Zenith Bank Alert, well received.
5k deducted.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by gold360(m): 11:57am
rufusloveday:
Zenith Bank Alert, well received.
5k deducted.
UBA sighted... 6k deduction.

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